Chief of Police

Ken Grace

 

 

Ardmore Police Department

City of Ardmore, Oklahoma

23 S. Washington, Ardmore, Oklahoma 73401

Telephone: (580) 223-1212

Fax: (580) 221-7363

 

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Investigations

Accreditation Manager

Citizen Complaints

School Resource Officer

Reserve Officer Program

Homeland Security

APD Forms and Informational Brochures

Safety Tips

Oklahoma Sex Offender Registry

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APD in the Community

An Ardmore Police Officer moments after giving blood at the community blood drive held at Walgreen's on North Commerce. 

It was an afternoon of fun with Police Officers, Community Service Officers, local media, and even McGruff the Crime Dog making an appearance!

 

Mission Statement

The Ardmore Police Department is committed to providing professional police services through community cooperation, creating realistic solutions to problems, maintaining respect for individuals' rights and enhancing the quality of life for the community.

 

Department History

Since its creation more than 110 years ago, the Ardmore Police Department has fostered an empathetic atmosphere coupled with the philosophy of Community Policing to create a more conducive environment for the culturally diverse population that we police. Since 1893 with a City Marshall being appointed as the Chief Law Enforcement Officer for the community of Ardmore, it has evolved to this present state with specific divisions dealing with the intricate components of crime and the prevention thereof.

 

Values and Mission of the Department

This Department holds these values in the highest regard.

a) We are committed to providing the highest quality of professional law enforcement service to the community with the goal of enhancing the quality of life within the city of Ardmore.

b) We are committed to developing relationships with the community and together identifying and resolving issues affecting public safety.

c) We are committed to empowering our members and the community to resolve problems by creating an environment that encourages solutions that address the needs of the community.

d) We are committed to nurturing public trust by holding ourselves accountable to the highest standards of professionalism and ethics.

e) We are committed to respecting individual rights, human dignity and the value of all members of the community and the agency.

 


 

 

Useful Contact Information

Jail

580-221-5505

District Attorney

580-223-9674

Lone Grove PD

580-657-4888

Love County SO

580-276-3150

Okla. Hwy. Patrol

580-223-8800

Juvenile Services

580-223-8032

City Court Clerk

580-223-4436

District Court Clerk

580-223-5253

Narcotics

580-226-9712

 

 

Crime Stoppers Tip Line
(580) 504-4529
For tips on crimes that have
already occured.

 

Click Here to Report GANG or NARCOTICS Activity